In Part 3 of our series on the Construction Trade Partner Daily Huddle, we will discuss each area of our system of planning boards and how they are used.
Learn to conduct a Lean Daily Huddle at TheLeanBuilder.com! Use our resources of blogs, tips, case studies and more to learn from leading Lean experts in the construction industry.
In my first blog on this series, I covered a bit about my introduction to Lean Construction, planning boards, huddle tools, and topics for small projects. In today’s blog I’ll share some key components and aspects of our Large Project huddle.
A Trade Partner Daily Huddle is the subject of this three-part series led by Lean Six Sigma Black Belt & Founder of Valueadd Lean, Michel Handfield. Part 1.
In Part 2 of How & Why to Level Work in a Takt-ed system, Lean influencer & podcaster Jason Schroeder describes in detail the meeting system in Takt Control.
Welcome back to the blog series where we will illustrate how Takt and Last Planner® work together to support the creation of flow on projects. The next two blog posts (parts 1 and 2) will help you learn how to level work in a Takt-ed system.
If you’re committed to changing the way your team works, here are some tried and true ways to get them on board using Lean process and culture.
This week on A Field Walk With, Keyan talks with Justin Davis, Superintendent with the Skiles Group to discuss his Lean journey and tips for Lean implementation.
The importance of a better work life balance cannot be stressed enough with all the added pressure in today’s society. Learn how Lean supports a better and healthier work life balance.
“A Field Walk” is a Q&A-style series that features Lean practitioners sharing insights on their journey as well as advice on securing buy-in, tips for implementation, and more. As our community is built for shared learning, we trust you’ll find value from reading about their experience and examples. This week we talk with Jennifer Lacy,…
Persistent problem solving using Lean solutions in the construction industry. Field Driven Lean’s Brian Winningham explains problem solving as a team effort.